Dr. Doyle Srader, Bushnell’s First Fulbright Scholar

The first time I taught interpersonal communication was in September 1994. Back then, when I told my family and friends what I taught, they would try to hide their smirks and say, a little mystified, “There are actual college classes about that? Don’t you learn how to do that just by being alive?” I don’t…

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Bushnell University School of Music and Performing Arts Presents Its Christmas Concert on December 3, at 4pm

A creative, educational, spiritual community helping talent find opportunity: BUSHNELL UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTS ITS CHRISTMAS CONCERT ON DECEMBER 3, AT 4 PM. Performance Saturday, December 3, at 4:00 PM The University Choir, Instrumental Ensemble, Chamber Ensemble, and Bushnell Chorale will perform Christmas classics, sacred works, and multi-ethnic repertoire in this…

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Evening of Tribute: The Beacon Awards

  Bushnell University’s Center for Leadership & Ethics hosted the 13th annual Evening of Tribute on November 15, 2022. Thank you to everyone who joined us in honoring this year’s recipients as we shine the light on those who continue to be Beacons in the community. Thank you to Moss Adams our presenting sponsor. Evening of…

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Student Ambassadors on Mission Together

Jaron Carter ’23 and Miriam Gutierrez ’22 may have come to Bushnell University on different pathways, but they have found themselves on the same one as Summer Student Ambassadors for the Office of Admission. Together, they welcome prospective students to campus and they represent the best of what it means to be a Beacon.  Jaron,…

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Embrace the Community Day – 2022

Serve one another humbly and in love. These words by the Apostle Paul written in his letter to Galatia resonates with the Bushnell community in terms of how we serve others. Embrace the Community, better known around campus as ETC Day, is a time where we pause classes for the day and allow our students,…

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Samantha Silver Wins NAIA Character Award

Official NAIA Release Bushnell senior softball player Samantha Silver has been named the winner of the NAIA’s Dr. Leroy Walker Champion of Character Award, as announced as part of the NAIA’s National Awards Day on September 15. Silver is Bushnell’s first recipient of any NAIA major award and was the third Beacon to be nominated…

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Bushnell Students Return with Record Undergraduate Enrollment

As the 2022-23 academic year gets underway at Bushnell University, undergraduate enrollment has reached record numbers and graduate student enrollment has nearly rebounded from pre-pandemic levels. With an overall enrollment of more than 700 students and a traditional undergraduate student body of nearly 400 students, Bushnell is reaching numbers not achieved before.  Of the 700…

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Bushnell University School of Nursing Ranked in the Top 10 Best Online Nursing BSN Programs

Eugene, OR — Bushnell University received the #8 ranking from OnlineU, a higher education publisher who evaluated online nursing program’s across the country. Their methodology is based on a Salary Score metric. “At #8, BU alumni are earning well above the median and more than most nursing grads across the country,” says Adrian Ramirez of…

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Center for Leadership & Ethics Summer Forum: Engaging People

  On Friday June 10th, Business leaders joined together at the Summer Center for Leadership & Ethics (CLE) event, Engaging People. It was a chance for friends to return to campus last Friday and as well as connecting new friends to the Bushnell community. Check out the photos from this special event and review the…

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Bushnell University Announces Fulbright Award for 2022-2023

June 10, 2022 Eugene, OR— Bushnell University is pleased to announce that Dr. Doyle Srader has received Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award for the 2022-2023 academic year from the U.S. Department of State and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. Dr. Doyle Srader is one of over 800 U.S. citizens who will conduct research and teach…

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